TWO Accrington Stanley players are more desperate than the rest to get on the scoresheet tomorrow (Sat) and kick off the Reds' celebrations.
Stanley need just one win or two points to clinch the Conference title - while just a draw will do it if Grays drop any more points.
And Paul Mullin and Robbie Williams, who have been with the club since their UniBond days, both want to be the goal heroes who fire Stanley into the Football League and end 44 years of hurt.
Mullin is battling with a neck injury and was due to have a scan on Thursday tea-time but he has a good record against Woking and wants to play and add to his 15-league goal tally.
"I am desperate to play, I have a decent record against them with three goals," said Mullin who missed only his second Conference game of Stanley's three-year stay in the 1-1 draw against Forest Green on Friday.
"I damaged my neck against Stevenage early on in the season but usually it clears up soon after. It is just an occupational hazard with heading so many balls.
"However a Grays player ran into me the other week and wrenched my shoulder and I have been in agony with both ever since. I am waiting for a scan to see the extent of the injury.
"If it is a fracture then I can't play but if there is any chance of me playing, then I want to. I hate missing games, especially now.
"Woking is probably the biggest game of my football career because of the enormity of what we can achieve. The league title is so close and it is a huge prize on offer.
"And we want to do it on our own. We don't want to lose there and be waiting on other results. We want a win.
"It has been a long season but it has been enjoyable and the lads have been superb.
"I think the release and the relief if we win will show on all the lads and fans faces alike tomorrow."
And, like any striker, he wants to be the one to claim the glory.
"I want to score. I haven't had many tap-ins this season, they have been tough ones from six or eight yards so I must be due a few towards the end! And it would be great to score the goal which sends us into the league.
"It has been an amazing transformation in my six years at the club and I think I have played my part.
"No one gave us a hope at the start of the season and even when we were doing well early on, we still weren't mentioned in the top two.
"But we have snuck up there quietly and kept going.
"There is a degree of steely determination about us and resolve and there is a great attitude here which hopefully will see us through."
And defender-cum-midfielder Williams, Stanley's longest-serving player, hasn't scored a league goal this season and fancies his chances tomorrow.
"It is about time I scored!" he said. "I was given one that was Paul Mullin's against Burton and even though I was no where near it, you have got to claim them!
"But to be honest, it doesn't matter who scores as long as we win. We just want it over now. If we do it I will have the biggest smile on my face ever - I will be the happiest man alive!
"And we owe Woking one as I still feel sick about what they did to us last season. They scored a controversial last minute goal which ended our play-off hopes. I still feel angry about it and I am sure a few of the lads do too so we are out to put a few things right.
"So there would be no better way than to celebrate the title there."
And then there is relegation-threatened Scarborough on Monday.
"There should be a good crowd there, around 3,000 hopefully, and whether we have won the title or not, we want to put on a good show," added Mullin.
Meanwhile the chance to break the Conference record has gone. Yeovil amassed 95 points in 2003 while Stanley, in their four remaining games, can get 94.
But manager John Coleman isn't worried.
"I always said I would like to get to 90 points but if we don't get there, and still win the title, I will settle for that.
"We are still two points off and it is not a foregone conclusion yet. We just have to concentrate on ourselves and we have to go and win tomorrow."
Ian Craney is suspended for the two games over the Easter period but Leam Richardson returns after a four match ban.
Coleman rates Mullin as 50-50. "It is the first time we can actually go and win the game and be totally in control of our own destiny so hopefully the players will relax and do it."